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(561) 391-4051

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804-649-0761

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Have called my cell a few times but no message so today I called back and asked what they were calling about.  Told me trying to reach someone I have never heard of.  Told them wrong number and I have had it for 12+ years.  Said the would take it off their records.  We will see.

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They called me i didnt answer because i was at work then i got a text with there phone number on it when i return their call a woman answered the phone and said mr, such and such tried to call u hold please  5 seconds later she comes on and says he's on another line and says let me see if i can help you so she gets my name and says oh yes you owe for over $200 and starts naming these places but no doctors when i got defensive she says how will you be resolving this payment i said i am not giving you any money until you can send me something to show this information she got nasty with me and said well take care of it and i said will you be sending me something she said yeah sure ok i told her she was very rude and to never call me again

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i get calls from these people all the time. they are the nastiest reps i have ever spoken to in my life!!! they called me a child and tol me i was refusing to pay a debt. i asked them to stop calling me and they told me i was avoiding them. i specifically gave them my work hours so they would call me after i get off of my shoft an they harrassed me at work. i spoke to 2 supervisors and a manager and all of them were just as nasty as the first. no website, couldn't tell me what "further action" was being taken, didn't have any info on my bill and wouldn't send me an email regarding my information. to be honest, it sounded like a scam and i plan to report them. supposedly, they are the credit adjustment board her e ins richmon. i plan to go there and give them a piece of my min. i work in customer service and have even worked in collections before and believe me- this is not the way to collect a debt or even get someone with a debt to give you the time of day

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i get frequent calls from this number from a "collector" and she is very rude..she calls my job screaming at me telling me that shes tired of playing with me that i need to pay this bill theyre gonna come and get my money and all kinds of nonsesce. when i called and asked to speak to the supervisior and tried to explain to her how they spoke to me she informed me that they were allowed to talk to people like that ummmm i think not...

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Someone from this number called my husband while he was working and said that he had an outstanding bill for an x-ray reading.  The amount was less than $9 which is certainly an easy amount to resolve.  HOWEVER, we don't know anything about the bill he cites.  My husband had the gentleman call me.  I asked if he could mail me some information on the bill to include date, place of service, ordering physician.  He said that he could not send me any MORE correspondence.  We've never received anything regarding this matter.  Then I asked if he had a website for his company and I could go there and look at my husband's account and decide if this was a legitimate account.  He told me that their website would not be up and available for 2 more weeks for customers to look at their accounts.  He gave me the name of the website, but it failed to come up when I was typing it (while he was on the phone with me).  I told him that I was not going to give him my credit card information since he was offering me no way to legitimize the debt or who he is.  He hung up.

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I got a call then a text with the number, no text just the number... weird.

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I even got a text message from that number saying "PLEASE CALL"

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Don't they have to id themselves?

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My husband received a call from this number.  It was a Ms. Wendall, and she was asking for me.  She would not divulge where she was calling from or why, so my husband took down the number.  I searched it on the internet, and it is from a collection agency called Credit Adjustment Board.  I am still skeptical about it, because I don't understand why someone would call my husband's cell phone looking for me.

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I had Mr. Hall call me and leave the same message, also!

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Said this is Mr. Hall, please call me back at 804-649-0761, ext. 321.

610-200-0340

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Just got a call from them, left a 2 second silent voicemail. Called back and pressed '3' to have my number removed from their calling list; hopefully it works.

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It's a recording - I just hung up

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Rec'd. call from this number on my cell.  Soliciting for ins.  Kept calling back but no one would pick up.

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As of 2:40pm ET they are still calling cell phones, and when I called back, I got the "press 1 to learn how to save money on car insurance".  So they are still very much in business.  Probably shut down for a day.

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Well, it seems that they are still dialing out, but you can't dial in - before yesterday you could.  Try dialing it and you will get a "please check the number and dial again" response.  What reputable business will not let you call them?I guess they are sort of in business.

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I think they are still business.  I just received a call from them on my cell @4:00 PM.  Did not answer.  Wish the FCC would shut these kind of operations down. It looks like most telemarketers are ignoring the DO NOT CALL LIST because nothing happens to them or the fine is not expensive enough.

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I just got a call from this number today; dead voice mail message

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Not quite Superman..I just got a call from them.

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Sorry, but I got a call from this number 2 days ago.  THERE BAAAACK....

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this number just called my cell phone today.  Boo!  Are they back in business??

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I wish you had shut them down.  I just got a call.

610-200-0340

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They are back in business using the same phone number. I got a call from then on Jan 28, 2013.

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Nope.  They're still in business.

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I hate to burst your bubble but I just got a call at 1:05pm today from that number. They are like a plague that should have been eradicated decades ago!

610-200-0340

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I just got a robo call from this number - didn't answer.

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I single-handedly shut down this telemarketer the other day – seriously, let me explain.  I got a cell phone robo-call recorded message yesterday morning.  I pressed the “1” and got a live person.  They were selling car insurance.  When asked for the make and model of my car, I replied that I would like to speak to the manager.  She refused to switch me so I informed them that I got a spam call on my cell which is illegal.  Click.  I reported the incident online to the FCC then at lunch from my car I called back at least 4 more times and each time they hung up when I insisted on speaking to the manager.  The final time they did not pick up and it rolled over to an answering machine so I responded as follows:“You have been reported to the FCC on form #1088 and the FCC reference number is 12-T01092127.  When they show up to contact you please know that it is from cell number 610-xxx-xxxx.”This morning I called the 610-200-0340 number again and got a recorded message “number no longer in service”.   Yee Haw!......I have defeated a telemarketer!610-200-0340 is OUT OF BUSINESS!

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I got a silent voice message. Weird!

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Identical report to "B" above.

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Called my cell number that I rarely give out. No ID or voicemail.

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I didn't pick up, they didnt leave a voicemail

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I want them to stop calling me.

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calls cell phone

800-300-6000

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not sure never say anything

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Just got a call from this number.  I don't answer any toll free numbers.  Oddly enough this call came just a few minutes behind a call from 866 504 3443.  That pairing seems to happen a lot.  I'm on the national do not call list and these scammers keep calling.

800-300-6000

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Just got a call from this 800#.  Free on-line listing with yellow pages wanting to update our information.  I responded with a "Nothing's Changed" and hung up.

800-300-6000

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Was sleeping and this number called me, I returned the call but it said that it couldnt be reached from my area code

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When I answered the phone she ask if this was "my company name", as if I didn't answer with the company name, then hung up without saying anything.

800-300-6000

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When I answered the phone with my company name they hung up without saying anything.

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I answered the call and the girl on the other end was fighting in the background with a neighboring co-worker.  Despite repeated attempts to get her attention that I was on the line, she continued to busy herself with the co-worker.  The profanities flowed from her mouth freely and she was obviously not a professional person.

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It is a scam.  I own a small business.  When they called, they told the young receptionist who answered the phone that they wanted to verify our yellow page listing.  Naively, she confirmed our address and phone number.  Bam! Only when the phone bill arrived did I learn that our long distance carrier had been switched and we had been incurring outrageous long distance charges for weeks. I called to complain and was told that "Susie" had confirmed the switch. She had no idea what had happened. Bottom line: Even if you are vigilant, they can still get you if someone else answers your phone and isn't savvy enough to know a scam artist when they hear one.

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ITS A SCAM !  16 Ways You Can be Phone Scammed   18 Nov 2008When we started 800Notes.com we had no idea that telemarketing fraud comes in so many flavors. The variations include 'cramming', 'slamming', credit card scams, calls from telemarketers pretending to be IRS, sweepstakes and lotteries scams, advance fee  loan scams, phone toner scams, fat finger dialing scams, and area code phone scams.Typically the goal is to get you to reveal personal, bank account information, or to make you do something that will result in unwanted charges on your account. Individuals and businesses are equally affected by these scams although the schemes might be different.In this article I will outline the 16 most popular phone scams. I am sure there are more, so if you have been a victim of a phone scam, or you know of a phone scam not mentioned here, please share it with me and the readers in the comments.Send this article to your family members, co-workers, and employees. Give it to your teenage kids and elderly parents (studies show they are the most vulnerable to the scams). As the old saying goes, "Forewarned is Forearmed".One of the ‘hottest’ scams in the telemarketing industry these days involves companies that sell Auto-Warranties. It’s usually a robo-call. The recording starts with: “This is your final notice! The warranty on your car is about to expire…” Of course, the caller has no idea whether you even have a car, not to mention its warranty. After the recording is played you are connected to a live operator who often refuses to send anything in the mail until you make your first payment. The experienced salesman will use high-pressure tactics rushing you into making a payment. Victims, who fell for the scam and “extended their warranties” report that the companies often fail to send any paperwork and routinely deny policy payments. Tracing the calls to the companies is difficult. The calls often come from telemarketing centers located overseas. Also, the companies often spoof their caller ID information to display someone’s else’s real number. When people receive these calls they dial the number they see on Caller ID and leave angry messages for an unsuspecting victim. Two-three days later the telemarketers change the Caller ID number and the scam continues.Another phone scam involves calls from “Prize Distribution Centers” that claim that you are the winner in sweepstakes or a lottery. Of course, you are not the only “winner” in the lottery and tens of thousands of people received the same call. The goal of the scheme is to entice you to make a relatively small payment (for example, shipping and handling fee, a sales tax) promising that a much bigger prize will be sent your way. Once the payment is sent, you will most likely not hear from the company again, and a promised “Lincoln Navigator” will not find its way to your driveway. Offers to Lower Your Interest Rates: The calls begin with a recording that makes a tempting offer to lower your credit-card interest rates. Then you are switched to a live agent who collects from you the credit card number and its expiration, name, address, and in some cases even your social security number. The telemarketers have no intention of giving consumers better interest rates on their cards and instead use the information to commit identity theft and run up unwanted charges. Again, tracing these scam artists is difficult: they spoof the caller ID information and use numerous VOIP accounts set up using stolen credit cards. The best thing to do is hang up, report the call to FTC and warn others through 800notes.com.Fake Bank Alert Messages: A fake message from a local bank says that your card is being suspended and that you need to call this toll free number to activate it. Of course, the toll free number does not belong to the bank and when you call they ask to verify your account information, which includes your name, date of birth, SSN, address, credit card number, etc. Once they have your personal information, they can use it to commit identity theft charging your existing credit cards, opening new credit card, checking, or savings accounts, writing fraudulent checks, or taking out loans in your name. Advanced Fee Loan Scams: In this scenario a telemarketer promises a consumer a loan or a credit card on very attractive terms. All the consumer has to do is just send a processing fee, or provide checking account info, and the offer was guaranteed. To make the offer sound even more attractive the scammers might throw in a free laptop, an iPod, or any other 'hot item'. After the payment is made the company disappears, and the victim is often left with an empty checking account and NSF (Non-sufficient funds) bank fees. Fat Finger Dialing Scam: A simple mistake in dialing - or writing down - a phone number can be costly. The type of con it plays into is called a "fat finger dialing" scam. Consumers make a mistake dialing a number and end up connected to someone who leads them down a rip-off path. Almost any frequently called number is likely to be a target for the "fat finger" approach. Take the national number for the Do Not Call list run by the Federal Trade Commission. The correct number is (888) 382-1222. But if you are off by just one digit, you can end up calling a number that tells you the number has been changed. The number it directs you to call will charge you $5.49 plus an "administrative recovery fee," for "a new national directory assistance service." Free Listing at Yellow Pages:  This scam targets businesses. The caller says that he is from Yellow Pages and is calling to update their records. He proceeds by asking to confirm some basic information such as owner’s name, business phone number, address, and company name. Then they start billing the victim and only then the business owner realizes that it’s not a free listing and it was not Yellow Pages directory that called. The victims report that when they call to complain, the company plays the recorded conversation with the victim saying 'Yes' except that the caller is reading from a completely different script. The scammers replace one side of the conversation, making it sound as if the business owner agreed to a paid listing and a monthly fee.Bogus Fund-Raising Operations: 800Notes.com users report getting calls from scam artists posing as a charity and asking for donations. However, the charity is either non-existent or unaware of the solicitation. When it comes to donations, it’s best to never make donations over the phone and donate directly to the beneficiary not the solicitor. This way 100% of your money will go to the charity not 10-15% as it often happens when donations are made through a telemarketer or even 0% if the money goes to a bogus charity.International Phone Calls Scam: It's not always easy to tell if you're dialing an international telephone number. In most cases, you have to dial 011 to begin a call to a foreign country. However, there are locations outside the U.S. where telephone numbers may look like domestic long-distance calls, but are actually international calls and international rates will apply. For example, 284 (British Virgin Islands), 242(Bahamas), 246(Barbados), 268(Antigua/Barbuda), 345(Cayman Islands), 664(Montserrat), 670 (U.S. commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands), 758(St. Lucia), 787(Puerto Rico), 767(Dominica), 809(Dominican Republic), 869(St. Kitts & Nevis), 868(Trinidad & Tobago), and 876(Jamaica) are all area codes in the Caribbean.The scheme: the scammer often leaves a message typically asking consumers to call what appears to be an ordinary long-distance telephone number to confirm a lottery prize, or to get information about a relative who has been injured in an accident. In each case, you are told to call the number right away. Since there are so many new area codes these days, people unknowingly return the calls. Once the number is dialed, the scam artist will try to keep you on the phone as long as possible to increase the charges. Unfortunately, when you get your phone bill, you might find that you’ve been charged $2500 per minute.If you are asked to call unknown number, google the area code to check if it’s local. Also, ask your cell phone and land line companies to put a block on international calls. This way you will hear an error message when you try to call an international number.Phone Toner Scam: The scam artist poses as a warehouse representative or vendor and makes contact with a targeted company. He will say "This is (first name), I need the model number off your copier". If the person who answers gives this info, the scammers will try to set up a shipment of toner. Of course, the deal is so good that the offer is based on a limited supply or limited time, pressuring the employee to act fast and get their money's worth. Upon delivery, both the employee and the company are usually in for a big surprise. The price of the invoiced toner is 2-3 times higher than expected, and the scam artist threatens with legal fines if the company fails to pay. "Cramming": When monthly charges pop up on your telephone bill for optional services that you never authorized such as voice mail, paging, or club membership, it's called "cramming." You may be asked to return a missed call because it’s 'Your lucky day' and you’ve won a trip to Las Vegas. When the call is made, an automated system is activated and you are unknowingly enrolled in a club or program, and the charge is placed on your phone bill. The crammer might not even need to do anything except simply pick your phone number out of the blue and place charges on your bill through your local telephone company, claiming that you agreed to purchase some services. Look at your bill closely every month. Charges for optional services should be itemized and show the name of the company providing them and its phone number. If you did not authorize the services, call that number and insist that they be canceled and the charges removed from your bill. Also, consider putting a third party block on your phone service. It's often free and it does not let any third party add charges to your phone bill."Slamming": Slamming occurs when customers have their telephone service switched to a new carrier without their permission. You may receive a call from a telemarketer asking you to switch your long distance provider. Although you say you are not interested in switching, your long distance provider is changed anyway. Caller ID Spoofing: Generally, the scam works like this - you receive a call where total strangers pretend to be someone else and they back up their claims with spoofed Caller ID. The scam artists might then ask for money, demand a payment, request your personal information, addresses, or banking info. People report getting calls from 'Secretary of State', grandchildren, law firms, IRS, and government officials. For example, in one scheme the caller identified himself as a court official and informed the victim that she is being prosecuted for failing to show up for Jury Duty. When the victim replies that this is the first time she hears that she was summoned for jury duty, the caller suggests that this may be a clerical error in the court system, and he asks for her full legal name, date of birth, and Social Security number to check the official summons files. The scam artist informs the victim that this data will be kept confidential, but it is required for cancellation of the outstanding arrest warrant. In another variation of this scam 'government officials' call to offer a 'Government Grant': 'Because you pay your income taxes on time, you have been awarded a $12,500 government grant! To get your free grant, simply give us your checking account information, and we will deposit the grant into your bank account!'  You may receive a message like this, where the caller claims to be from a government agency or some other organization with an official sounding name. The caller might claim that you will qualify to receive a "free grant" to pay for education costs, home repairs, home business expenses, or bills. In any case, the claim is the same: your application for a grant is guaranteed to be accepted, and you'll never have to pay the money back. Scam IRS calls: In this scheme people receive phone calls from a caller who impersonates an IRS employee. The caller asks the taxpayer for their Social Security and bank account numbers, claiming that the IRS needs the information to complete the processing of the taxayer's payment. In another variation of the scheme, 'an IRS employee' states that the check issued by IRS has not been cashed, and the IRS is calling to verify the individual’s bank account number. Hang up, find the official number of the organization and call to report the incident. Also, don't send money - cash, check or money order - by courier, overnight delivery or wire to anyone who insists on immediate payment.Call Forwarding Scam: You may receive a call or message where the caller, requests you to dial a 2-digit code preceded or followed by the * or # key (such as *79 or 72#), and then another phone number to claim some prize. This procedure programs your telephone to forward your calls to another number, possibly a toll or long distance number. Scammers can then call your number, be forwarded to the number you dialed and place calls that are billed to your home telephone number. Telemarketing Travel Fraud: These scams have many variations and often involve travel packages that sound legitimate. You get a phone call and the caller is saying that you have been selected to receive a free trip. Skilled salespeople will tell you, to be eligible for the free trip, you must join their travel club. Later, you may find another fee is required to make your reservation. In the end, you may never get your "free" trip because your reservations are never confirmed or you must pay different fees, or comply with hard-to-meet or expensive conditions. Check out the company with your state, provincial and local consumer protection office before you buy any product or service. Also, be wary of "great deals" and free offers. Few legitimate businesses can afford to give away products and services of real value or substantially undercut other companies' prices.Get Rich Quick Schemes: Scam artists lure both would-be entrepreneurs and people looking for home-based work with false promises of big earnings for little effort. The schemes often require an initial investment and involve selling items on Ebay or making sales calls. However, once the payment is sent the companies often disappear. The truth is everyone is susceptible to phone scams. Scam artists will devise a highly believable story to solicit information from their victims. That's why it is important to never give out any personal information over the phone if you are not the one who initiated the call even if that person claims to be a law enforcement official or someone from your financial institution. If you are returning a missed call, research the caller first. Also, always check 800notes.com to read other people's experiences with the caller. If you stay alert, you can certainly reduce your risk of falling victim to phone scams.FTC Sues to Halt "Yellow Pages" Business Directory Scams   4 Jun 2009The Federal Trade Commission has filed suit to halt the illegal operations of several telemarketing boiler rooms in Montreal, Canada. The agency alleged that the telemarketers bilked thousands of small- and medium-sized U.S. businesses and non-profits, including churches, schools, and charities, out of millions of dollars by deceiving them into paying for listings they never ordered in worthless business directories.The FTC lawsuits, filed in federal court in Illinois, are part of a joint initiative with Canadian law enforcement authorities called 'Operation Mirage' that is aimed at cracking down on business directory scams. The FTC charged that the three telemarketing operations targeted businesses and other organizations with schemes to mislead them into paying hundreds of dollars each for unwanted business directory listings. The court has issued temporary restraining orders in the three cases.In their phone calls to businesses and non-profits, the telemarketers often have posed as well-known local 'yellow pages' directories, and have told employees who answer the phone that they are calling to verify addresses and telephone numbers, the FTC's complaints stated. The telemarketers then used the 'verifications' as the basis to claim that these organizations agreed to listings that often cost $400 or more.The FTC alleged that the companies then sent their victims invoices that again often imply that they are well-known yellow-pages companies. Many businesses and organizations simply paid these invoices. Those that did not were harassed with threatening phone calls and letters. To hide their location, the companies have used mailing addresses around the United States, in Miami; Phoenix; Plattsburgh, New York; Port Barre, Louisiana; Russell, Illinois; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Jersey City, New Jersey, the FTC alleged.The complaints were filed against Reed Publishing, National Yellow Pages Online LLC, Integration Media Inc., doing business as GoAm Media, and others as well as their operators.The Commission is seeking permanent injunctions that would force the defendants to give up their ill-gotten gains so that those funds can be used for consumer redress.On a side note, last year GoAm Media wrote to us and threatened to sue 800Notes.com for the posts published at 866-697-0539 & 888-401-3843 stating that "...the statements made in the Blog asserting that the GOAM MEDIA is a 'scam' constitute defamation against the Company.GOAM MEDIA is legitimately formed and engaged in the lawful business of selling advertisements in business directories and is in good standing with all authorities."

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I like your wordings!  hahaha,  Dirtbags,  its cool.  another annoying call is from 513-754-9822.   They call every hour, I think its computer generated?  Never leaves messages???  What I heard ( from people like you ) that they are citibank overdraft protector???  Means, if you happen to open an account with citibank.... a bank with lots and lots of requirement compared to other first class bank like chase, bankofamerica, wellsfargo or compass or any other bank.  Bang  you start receiving those calls.... non stop.  I although received a letter, which made me little relieved when I called them and bagged them for God sack I Goddenm made a big mistake openning an accout with citibank just to try, although I do bank with bofa, for quite a long ( Except their lousy service of investment< mainly Merrill Lynch... Stay completely away from them> )  But I still receive those call from 513-754-9822  non stop.About the crap.....  I saw one show of Cotsbee:  When he son ask... those for the general people?  And Cosbee replied: Well IRS  catches only " general people"  and not the big guys:  See what happen to Emron, MCI, Madoff and list goes on and on.... they took BILLIONS OF $ NOT MIL OR HUNDREDS?  Now see they all having fun... Fully paid, maintained room...

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We've rec'd two ph calls from these dirtbags. Always dump them into voice jail, if you have such provisions. Never answer the phone.If dirtbags of this ilk were truly honest, and not insidious, and hideous in nature, they would invariably leave a message stating who they are, what they want, and what their intentions are.There is no difference between these telemarketing dirtbags and the current crop of Obama politicians (along with all the stupid people that voted this crap into office!)In each instance they’ll say one thing, and most definitely do something else. For all reading this, realize this, and act accordingly. Otherwise, you continue to exacerbate the very problem the rest of us are trying to combat. Remember this is a true culture war out there. Dirtbags versus people with real ethics… not those that just bloviate about how precious they are.

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Keep getting calls from 1-800-300-6000 - told MANY TIMES to put on DO NOT CALL LIST.  After I say this, I get cussed out by the callers.  I certainly hope those employees get fired!!!!!

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Report these people to the FCC or the FBI .  It costs nothing and the call will stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/index.jspType the domain address such as: supernetdirectory.com

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Great info Dawn!  I would appreciate, if you could possibly tell me how to get the info you got, by emailing me: moic2001@yahoo, it will save a lot of time for all of us, because so much going on these days, and we have to be very cautious about these con artist.Thanks Moic

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I received a call from 1-800-300-6000 and I did not answer; nor did they leave a message on my answer machine. I like your advise as to stay clear of these people.

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I got a call from the "online yellow pages" today in which they wanted to update information.  Right away the warning lights went off, and I told them there is no new information to update, as I have been in this location fro over 20 years with the same phone # and address.  When I told the representative that, he immediately hung up! No legiitmate business would do that.  I pressed redial and a recording told me I could not be connected to that number.  Folks, this is a major scam.  I never take "800" calls, but I took this one just to confirm I should never take "800" calls.

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This is one of those "Free" listings that show up as a $20-$25/per month charge on your phone bill after the "trial" period of 30-90 days. When you call to have it removed you get a big run-around about how you authorized it. Stear Clear!

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We received a telephone call from someone identifying themselves as Alexis at 10:05 from the phone number 800-300-6000 stating that she was “updating” our free listing with the online yellow pages, I asked her which yellow pages, and she said, the online yellow pages, I asked her for the web address and she stated it was supernetdirectory.com.  When I asked her who placed a listing for us with your company, she replied after a long hesitation, “we do”.  The website shows an address in New York, however the public information shows an address in California.  Additionally, the telephone number that she called from pulls up as a drug store in Whittier, CA.  We asked to be removed from the list via email info@supernetdirectory.com - the email was returned as an invalid email address.  Be cautious - sounds like this company is involved in a scam.  Following is the public information for this website address:Domain Name.......... supernetdirectory.com  Creation Date........ 2006-10-11  Registration Date.... 2006-10-11  Expiry Date.......... 2009-10-11  Organisation Name.... Ivel Turner  Organisation Address. PO Box 61359  Organisation Address.  Organisation Address. Sunnyvale  Organisation Address. 94088  Organisation Address. CA  Organisation Address. USAdmin Name........... Admin PrivateRegContact  Admin Address........ PO Box 61359  Admin Address........  Admin Address........ Sunnyvale  Admin Address........ 94088  Admin Address........ CA  Admin Address........ US  Admin Email.......... contact@myprivateregistration.com  Admin Phone.......... +1.5105952002  Admin Fax............ Tech Name............ TECH PrivateRegContact  Tech Address......... PO Box 61359  Tech Address.........  Tech Address......... Sunnyvale  Tech Address......... 94088  Tech Address......... CA  Tech Address......... US  Tech Email........... contact@myprivateregistration.com  Tech Phone........... +1.5105952002  Tech Fax.............  Name Server.......... ns11.ixwebhosting.com  Name Server.......... ns12.ixwebhosting.com

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Mr Thomas Morris is a very rude person

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Have called my cell a few times but no message so today I called back and asked what they were calling about.  Told me trying to reach someone I have never heard of.  Told them wrong number and I have had it for 12+ years.  Said the would take it off their records.  We will see.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
They called me i didnt answer because i was at work then i got a text with there phone number on it when i return their call a woman answered the phone and said mr, such and such tried to call u hold please  5 seconds later she comes on and says he's on another line and says let me see if i can help you so she gets my name and says oh yes you owe for over $200 and starts naming these places but no doctors when i got defensive she says how will you be resolving this payment i said i am not giving you any money until you can send me something to show this information she got nasty with me and said well take care of it and i said will you be sending me something she said yeah sure ok i told her she was very rude and to never call me again

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
i get calls from these people all the time. they are the nastiest reps i have ever spoken to in my life!!! they called me a child and tol me i was refusing to pay a debt. i asked them to stop calling me and they told me i was avoiding them. i specifically gave them my work hours so they would call me after i get off of my shoft an they harrassed me at work. i spoke to 2 supervisors and a manager and all of them were just as nasty as the first. no website, couldn't tell me what "further action" was being taken, didn't have any info on my bill and wouldn't send me an email regarding my information. to be honest, it sounded like a scam and i plan to report them. supposedly, they are the credit adjustment board her e ins richmon. i plan to go there and give them a piece of my min. i work in customer service and have even worked in collections before and believe me- this is not the way to collect a debt or even get someone with a debt to give you the time of day

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
i get frequent calls from this number from a "collector" and she is very rude..she calls my job screaming at me telling me that shes tired of playing with me that i need to pay this bill theyre gonna come and get my money and all kinds of nonsesce. when i called and asked to speak to the supervisior and tried to explain to her how they spoke to me she informed me that they were allowed to talk to people like that ummmm i think not...

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Someone from this number called my husband while he was working and said that he had an outstanding bill for an x-ray reading.  The amount was less than $9 which is certainly an easy amount to resolve.  HOWEVER, we don't know anything about the bill he cites.  My husband had the gentleman call me.  I asked if he could mail me some information on the bill to include date, place of service, ordering physician.  He said that he could not send me any MORE correspondence.  We've never received anything regarding this matter.  Then I asked if he had a website for his company and I could go there and look at my husband's account and decide if this was a legitimate account.  He told me that their website would not be up and available for 2 more weeks for customers to look at their accounts.  He gave me the name of the website, but it failed to come up when I was typing it (while he was on the phone with me).  I told him that I was not going to give him my credit card information since he was offering me no way to legitimize the debt or who he is.  He hung up.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
I got a call then a text with the number, no text just the number... weird.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
I even got a text message from that number saying "PLEASE CALL"

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Don't they have to id themselves?

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
My husband received a call from this number.  It was a Ms. Wendall, and she was asking for me.  She would not divulge where she was calling from or why, so my husband took down the number.  I searched it on the internet, and it is from a collection agency called Credit Adjustment Board.  I am still skeptical about it, because I don't understand why someone would call my husband's cell phone looking for me.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
I had Mr. Hall call me and leave the same message, also!

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Said this is Mr. Hall, please call me back at 804-649-0761, ext. 321.

231-337-2124

1 Report Long ago Unknown
unknown call - I never answer calls on my cell that I don't know. Called 14 times so far - never leave a message.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Mr Thomas Morris is a very rude person

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Have called my cell a few times but no message so today I called back and asked what they were calling about.  Told me trying to reach someone I have never heard of.  Told them wrong number and I have had it for 12+ years.  Said the would take it off their records.  We will see.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
They called me i didnt answer because i was at work then i got a text with there phone number on it when i return their call a woman answered the phone and said mr, such and such tried to call u hold please  5 seconds later she comes on and says he's on another line and says let me see if i can help you so she gets my name and says oh yes you owe for over $200 and starts naming these places but no doctors when i got defensive she says how will you be resolving this payment i said i am not giving you any money until you can send me something to show this information she got nasty with me and said well take care of it and i said will you be sending me something she said yeah sure ok i told her she was very rude and to never call me again

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
i get calls from these people all the time. they are the nastiest reps i have ever spoken to in my life!!! they called me a child and tol me i was refusing to pay a debt. i asked them to stop calling me and they told me i was avoiding them. i specifically gave them my work hours so they would call me after i get off of my shoft an they harrassed me at work. i spoke to 2 supervisors and a manager and all of them were just as nasty as the first. no website, couldn't tell me what "further action" was being taken, didn't have any info on my bill and wouldn't send me an email regarding my information. to be honest, it sounded like a scam and i plan to report them. supposedly, they are the credit adjustment board her e ins richmon. i plan to go there and give them a piece of my min. i work in customer service and have even worked in collections before and believe me- this is not the way to collect a debt or even get someone with a debt to give you the time of day

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
i get frequent calls from this number from a "collector" and she is very rude..she calls my job screaming at me telling me that shes tired of playing with me that i need to pay this bill theyre gonna come and get my money and all kinds of nonsesce. when i called and asked to speak to the supervisior and tried to explain to her how they spoke to me she informed me that they were allowed to talk to people like that ummmm i think not...

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Someone from this number called my husband while he was working and said that he had an outstanding bill for an x-ray reading.  The amount was less than $9 which is certainly an easy amount to resolve.  HOWEVER, we don't know anything about the bill he cites.  My husband had the gentleman call me.  I asked if he could mail me some information on the bill to include date, place of service, ordering physician.  He said that he could not send me any MORE correspondence.  We've never received anything regarding this matter.  Then I asked if he had a website for his company and I could go there and look at my husband's account and decide if this was a legitimate account.  He told me that their website would not be up and available for 2 more weeks for customers to look at their accounts.  He gave me the name of the website, but it failed to come up when I was typing it (while he was on the phone with me).  I told him that I was not going to give him my credit card information since he was offering me no way to legitimize the debt or who he is.  He hung up.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
I got a call then a text with the number, no text just the number... weird.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
I even got a text message from that number saying "PLEASE CALL"

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Don't they have to id themselves?

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
My husband received a call from this number.  It was a Ms. Wendall, and she was asking for me.  She would not divulge where she was calling from or why, so my husband took down the number.  I searched it on the internet, and it is from a collection agency called Credit Adjustment Board.  I am still skeptical about it, because I don't understand why someone would call my husband's cell phone looking for me.

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
I had Mr. Hall call me and leave the same message, also!

804-649-0761

36 Report Long ago Unknown
Said this is Mr. Hall, please call me back at 804-649-0761, ext. 321.

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